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Pfffft, loads of room! :p
I need to decide what to do with the tank as there are two sps in here now, I'm thinking of doing water swaps with the twins.

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Nice little forest u got popping up there :)
 
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Lost the rescue favia but the lobo is fine.
My Kenya trees are sulking to the point of self fragging, I'm going to add carbon later.
I moved this in this morning, been meaning to do it for weeks, there was a little black tunicate on the rubble but it died.

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I moved the remains of a monti in yesterday, still just hanging on but I don't hold out much hope.

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Pink tips of the pocilipora, seems happy enough. :)

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This is from about 4 feet away from the tank, the pink streak is getting less shy slowly. :)

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The sinularia sulked for a few days after being moved in but is noticeably perking up now, if it gets as big as it used to be in the twins the tank will be full! ;)

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I thought I had managed to kill the Xenia, ... ! :p

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This is from about 4 feet away from the tank, the pink streak is getting less shy slowly. :)

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The sinularia sulked for a few days after being moved in but is noticeably perking up now, if it gets as big as it used to be in the twins the tank will be full! ;)

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I thought I had managed to kill the Xenia, ... ! :p

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You could make a milkweed look like a lilly with ur photos. Even the xenia looks special in that frame. Almost made me want one.
 
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You could make a milkweed look like a lilly with ur photos. Even the xenia looks special in that frame. Almost made me want one.

Thanks, I love the diversity, the macros show me more or less where my nutrients are in their growth rate.
The pink streak just went through that gap to the left of the caulerpa, I love watching fish in amongst the corals. :)

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